Germs - What We Do Is Secret (Blue vinyl)
Germs - What We Do Is Secret (Blue vinyl)
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Germs - What We Do Is Secret (Blue vinyl)
Germs - What We Do Is Secret (Blue vinyl)

Germs - What We Do Is Secret (Blue vinyl)

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Pat Smear, guitar, vocals

Lorna Doom, bass guitar

Don Bolles, drums

Darby Crash, lead vocals

Dottie Danger, drums

Don Bonebrake, drums

Nickey Beat, drums


1 LP, standard sleeve

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : blue

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”

Stereo & Live


Record Press :  Pallas

Label : ORG Music

Original Label : Slash

Recorded 1977-1980

Engineered by Pat Burnette

Produced by Chris Ashford, Geza X and Joan Jett

Remastered by Dave Gardner at Infrasonic Mastering

Originally released in 1981

Reissued in 2018


Tracks :

Side A:

  1. Round And Round
  2. Lexicon Devil
  3. Circle One
  4. Caught In My Eye
  5. No God
  6. The Other Newest One (Live)
  7. My Tunnel (Live)

Side B:

  1. Throw It Away
  2. Not All Right
  3. Now I Hear The Laughter
  4. My Tunnel
  5. Going Down
  6. Lion's Share
  7. Forming 2
  8. Manimal (Live)



1000 Recordings You Must Hear Before You Die - Ranked 430


Reviews :

"Originally released as a 12" mini-album, What We Do Is Secret did much to propagate the myth of Darby Crash and the Germs on release in 1981 (especially in Europe). It's a companion volume to the (superior) (GI), featuring a version of Chuck Berry's "Round and Round" recorded in 1977, live tracks recorded through 1980 and a (GI) out-take. Everything the Germs did was messy, and this collection is no different. But that's half the appeal of the band, and fans will makes allowances for it." AllMusic Review by Alex Ogg


Ratings :

AllMusic 2,5/5   ,   Discogs 4.59 / 5 

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